J Salik rallies for freedom of constitution. He demands no cannons on Independence Day but 60 Constitutional lamps.


Islamabad: August 14, 2007. The Convener of World Minorities Alliance and Former Federal Minister and organizer of Human Rights Party J. Salik was holding a umbrella which was a symbol of unprotect and unsheltered citizen. In a statement he proposed that as at 14th August, we fire cannon balls instead of this we should light up 60 Constitutional lamps. He declared that on the 14 August he would drop copies of Constitution in Urdu version so that it would reach to maximum citizen and they should know about Constitutional week. He would also stay all day in a mobile van to pretend that it is a Constitutional House by this he will tell people that Constitution is still in prison and nation wants freedom of the Constitution. Addressing people he said Constitution should be added to school syllabus. He said for the defense of the national we have to defend and implement Constitution in Constitution House. Courts should be open 24 hours. There shouldn't be any holidays for the law and lawyers. We are sorry to say that the president does not wear Jinnah Dress. Neither minister or other government officials. At opening ceremony of the Constitution House he addressed people that constitution of Pakistan gives equal rights to every citizen. The leaders should be stopped for breaking the constitution. So that no one can steal our national rights. He said the constitution is still in prison. We have to relief constitution. Presidency should be changed into Constitution House.

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